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, here on cspan 3. >> we have great threats to our existence today as a nation. and i would think in my opinion, greater than any threat we have ever faced. whether it's been our civil war, our revolutionary war, whether it's been world war ii, whether it's been the depression. and that threat comes to us because we have spent the last 30 years in this country spending money that we did not have on things we did not absolutely need and the bill is due. >> colorado christian university held a western conservative issues summit. featuring speakers from this country and the netherlands, watch the forum online at the cspan video library. now an update on plans for changes to the national mall, a house subcommittee heard from planning officials. this is an hour. >>> the committee hearing will come to order t chairman notes the presence of a forum. under the rules, opening statements are limited to the chairman and ranking members, however i ask unanimous consent to include any other opening statement to -- hearing no objection, it will be so ordered. national mall is america's front yard. ac
. >> the national debt relief amendment is a state initiated nonpartisan effort invoking the rights of state legislatures to propose and ratify amendments to the united states constitution using the process wisely provided for us in article five. those 18 words are an increase in the federal debt requires approval from a majority of the legislatures of the separate states. [ applause ] >> senator, there's a lot of people of italian descent in north dakota and this is one of them. he's awfully proud of it. the italian olefsons have had immense influence in america. senator, this is passed in a few states and you're starting to get traction in a few more. quickly enumerate the states. >> okay. we have passed the national debt relief amendment in north dakota and louisiana and we have prime sponsors in 20 additional states. i don't have the list in front of me right now. colorado is one of those. wyoming, utah, arizona. of course, all of the states that are fiscally responsible like the national debt relief amendment. so i would invite you to visit with me during the conference, to learn more a
for decision. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> on newsmakers, leigh forders discusses his plan the upcoming presidential alexian -- election. the sunday at 10:00 a.m. on c- span. on the 4th of july, president obama spoke at and naturalization ceremony for active duty service members. his comments are just over 20 minutes. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, the -- performing the national anthem, the president's own united states marine band. oh, say, can you see"] ♪ ♪ >> please be seated. good morning. it is a special morning and distinct honor for me to be here. i am a refugee to this great nation and a naturalized citizen. i now have the privilege to serve as a director of u.s. citizenship and immigration services. their commitment and dedication to the values we cherished as citizens should stand as an inspiration to us all. i will now proceed to call the candidates. when your country of current nationality is called, please stand and remain standing until everyone is standing. belize, bolivia, came
and focusing to the south and west. the daytime high, 105 degrees and in to saint louis. puts the nationals down there this afternoon and that is the hottest temperature ever in atlanta today, 106 degrees, amazing. 103 in wilmington. 97 degrees and cooler, hundreds and we had that yesterday. i think later tomorrow, the high temperatures are back in the upper 90s, no heat advisorys and we'll see if we get more for tomorrow afternoon and that is that big thunderstorm complex. that one just missed us. if you were a viewer on to the west, culpepper and to charlottesville, you got in on that thunder action again and severe with a few tornados that developed east of richmond during the nighttime hours and
nations share the responsibilities and the cost of providing security by investing in alliances and partnerships. as i explained, and lastly, we will maintain a presence elsewhere in the world, per tim curley in regions like europe, -- purred to early in regions like europe, africa and latin america. we much use our best skills and systems to build a new alliance, new partnerships, throughout the world by engaging in exercises in training and assistance and an innovative rotation of the claimant. the benefits of this emphasis on a partner approach to security or apparent to me during a trip that i take to columbia in april. there the united states has spent years training and acquiting the military to take on the park of trafficking organizations that have pledged that nation and others. not only has columbia made significant gains over the past few years against this issue, it is helping to combat trafficking in central america. columbia is now one of 14 countries working cooperatively to disruptnarco traffickers in central america. i visited brazil and chile. i sought demonstr
of defending peace-loving citizens of the world from those nations and ideologies that would do less harm. -- do us harm. shared our common belief in the centrality of a strong economy to the actualization of our national goals. we look forward to hearing your thoughts and wish you a productive and meaningful visit to israel and to the holy city of jerusalem, the united capital of the state of israel. [applause] ladies and gentlemen, let us warmly greet governor mitt romney. [applause] >> thank you. very kind. we appreciate that. thank you. thank you. [applause] thank you. thank you so much. thank you. thank you for that kind introduction, mayor barkat, and thank you all for that warm welcome. it's a pleasure and a privilege to be in israel again. to see so many dear friends. to step foot into israel is to step foot into a nation that began with an ancient promise made in this land. the jewish people persisted through one of the most monstrous crimes in human history, and now this nation has come to take its place among the most impressive democracies on earth. israel's achievements are a
're quite right that the nation was very divided at this time. according to political parties and according to different geographic sections that had different security problems and different economic challenges and so there really was a problem of how to unite the country around a patriotic project and that's part of what makes it so interesting to study the war and to study patriotism in the war and the creation of the unified patriotism is one of the sort of central accomplishments of the war. by the end of the war you have a level of unity that you don't have at the beginning of the war. so over the course of the war you have militia from different states who aren't committed to fighting and all of that will be transformed by the battle of new orleans which is a huge success, not really in strategic terms because it actually occurs after the signing of the peace treaty, but it's a cultural, it's a signal success because it's a moment when everyone performs the way they're supposed to and the challenges of unity and the challenges of commitment this had been there in the preceding severa
the ocean, we have a choice. we can either join the major industrial nations that already joined up and already using this to their advantage and secure the benefits of the sea for the law of the sea as well as the sea for our businesses and industries or we can remain on the outside to deprive the companies of the legal investment and operational security that they seek. seed american competitive advantage and watch what other countries take the spoils. i think the choice is clear. today we have speak speaking with much more authority because it's their lively hoot and their life endeavor. i think we need to listen to them. president r the president and ceo of the u.s. chamber of commerce and the american petroleum institute that all of the major producers are partners. jay timmons, president and ceo of the national association of manufacturers and the chairman and ceo of verizon. thank you for being with us. say hello. >> thank you, mr. chairman and join you in welcoming our distinguished panel of industry leaders. i appreciate especially their efforts on behalf of the law of the
, it is counting on guesswork. i think the notion that we as a community or we as a nation must use racial profiling to make ourself secure or sacrifice civil liberties is not only false, it reeks of hypocrisy. if we were truly worried about national security in the sense of compromising civil liberties, it would make sense that we would also ask or those who are engaging in profiling would also ask for the prohibition of firearms. we lose over 100,000 americans to gun violence since 9/11. that is more than we have lost in terrorism and the wars in afghanistan and iraq combined. yet there is not this equal call for gun laws. i'm not offering there should be, but i'm offering the compromise of civil rights for national security does not work. what is equally troubling with the idea of using race, national origin, or religion in a national security context, that suggests the most powerful nation in the world, a nation that is equipped with law enforcement and national security experts that are second to none must rely on bias and guesswork to make ourselves secure versus human intelligence,
. >> and -- . >> and something else to relate to. >> yeah. >> and nationals, did they make the post season? >> and yes. >> if the nationals make the post season and redskin are doing well, what is the biggest? rg3? >> and that is regular season rg3. >> yeah. >> and what is that in. >> what is the big story? >> the natings. it's never happened in washington, d.c. >> okay. >> and he agrees with me. >> okay. >> and in this up to that is something you have never seen before. >> right. >> and i say the nationals with a slight advantage over the redskins driven up to. >> and i would normally like to disagree with you. >> what? >> and any time the redskins are doing well. >> not that they're doing well. >> rg3. >> the nationals are doing well. >> and that is true. >> right. >> i'm not hating on the nationals. i love them. >> right. >> and if rg3 is doing well, that is the big story. >> and that is bigger than the nationals in the play-off. >> and almost in politics in this town. >> and we agree. >> and they bigger to you. >> thought you were going to turn over the new leaf? >> i am. >> i love the national an
based on race, ethnicity, religion, or national origin is disturbing, i think it's important also to note that it is poor law enforcement. law enforcement is a finite resource. using law enforcement resources profiling as opposed to relying on our facts based on behavior suggesting a crime is a waste of that law enforcement resource. it leaves us less safe and more at risk when we don't target based on conduct and behavior suggestive of a crime but based on other considerations informed by prejudice. my comments today will focus on religious profiling of american muslims. up to 6 million americans know what it's like to be looked upon with suspicion in the post-9/11 america. perhaps even before. although muslim americans work hard and play by the rules and a small number don't. many even live the american dream and send their kids to college and earn a living just like everyone else. yet, many know all too well what it means to be pulled off of an airplane, pulled out of line, denied service, called names, or even physically attacked. like other americans, muslim-americans want la
and everyone who's made this ceremony today possible. welcome to your nation's capital and to emancipation hall. public law 112-59 was signed by president barack obama last november. section 2 reads as follows. the speaker of the house of representatives and the president pro temp of the senate shall make arrangements for the award on behalf of the congress of a single gold medal of appropriate design in honor of the montford point marines collectively in recognition of their service and sacrifice for our country. the appointed day has arrived. it is my privilege to welcome all of the recipients. on behalf of every american, we are humbled by your presence here today. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, please stand for the presentation of colors by the united states marine corps color guard, the national anthem by the united states marine corp band, and retiring of the colors. ♪ ♪ ♪ [playing of the national anthem] >> ladies and gentlemen, please remain standing as the chaplain of the united states senate dr. barry black, gives the invocation. >> let us pray. eternal lord god, we thank
, as a 21st century museum, the national museum of african-american history and culture must be and will be a place of collaboration. we must be a truly national museum that reaches beyond washington to engage new audiences and to collaborate with the myriad of museums and educational institutions both nationally and internationally. ultimately, the national museum of african-american history and culture should be a place of meaning, of memory, of reflection, of laughter, of hope. it should be a beacon that reminds us of what we were, what challenges we still face, and a point us toward what we can become. the vision of the smithsonian's national museum of african-american history and culture is to inspire learning and understanding, promote healing, foster dialogue and reconciliation in an a environment that tells the american story through the lens of african-americans. in 2005, lonnie bunch was hired as the founding director of the museum. the museum will present the african-american story as part of the fabric of american life, a life of freedom, of bondage, of hope and r
and the future. and he does have a future with the national museum of african-american history and culture. let me begin by talking about the history and mission of the museum. the national museum of african-american history and culture was established in 2003 as the 19th museum of the smithsonian institution, the largest museum complex and research organization in the world. its mission is to provide for the collection, study, and establishment of programs and exhibitions related to african-american life, art, history, and culture. enacted through congressional legislation, this museum represents a national initiative of profound cultural importance that will impact this nation for generations to come. the museum will bridge a major gap in our national memory by creating exhibitions and programs focusing on a wide arc of history. slavery, reconstruction, the harlem renaissance, the great migrations to the north and west, segregation, civil rights and a beyond it also will celebrate african-american creativity and cultural expressions through art, dance, theater, and literature. the museum will
. a nation that believes this country functions best when the government gets out of the way and lets america work. and john andrews, i am a little bit concerned about this gathering here. if janet nepolitano hears about it. it may be put on a government-watch list. they tell me there is an epa drone outside. what a people it has been in washington, d.c. from finding eric holder in contempt of congress, to a supreme court that has given congress the green light to taxing people for not spending money. congress can tax you when you earn an income and tax you when you buy something and now the government may tax you if you don't buy something. and while the supreme court of the united states has decided this law is not uncontitutional it is still bad policy. [ applause ] the court had it say on june 28th. the people in this room and around this country will have it say -- their say on november 6th, 2012. [ applause ] and that is why this summit couldn't have come at a more important time in our nation's history. a time to reflect on the past and reiner jagize on the future. there is no other ti
of national intelligence, james clapper, has issued new rules to deter further -- future incidents, among them rules authorizing the inspector general of the defense community to conduct an independent administrative investigation, even if the justice department declines to bring criminal charges in a specific case. second, the problem of leaks in the federal government is not new. there were spies at the founding of the republic. we have grappled with this problem with federal law since the first world war. in the modern sense of leaking information to the press, we've had to work to balance our security interests of a free and robust press with the interests of a free and robust press for the better part of 50 years. these problems are not amenable to easy solutions. particularly in light of the fact that we do not always agree on the scope of the problem. we all want to protect national security so that we can keep our citizens safe. but we cannot disregard the right of american citizens in a system of self-governance, a system that requires the public to be well informed. when a government
a national decision to act. here in the united states congress, our decision to act changed the lives of many people within our borders and around the world. with the leadership of congressman henry waxman of california and senator ted kennedy. [cheers and applause] the past that community-based ryan white care act early on. [cheers and applause] would buy with our minority aids initiative in funding for pediatric aids case in the list goes on and on. and most recently, with the passage of the affordable care act, we are delivering substantial risk to hiv and aids. we worked in a bipartisan way, first with president clinton to authorize an global fund. then the president push, to establish pet fire. thank you, president bush. and the president obama to strengthen these initiatives. we think president obama for totally lifting the travel ban. [cheers and applause] enabling this international aids conference to return to the united states for the first time since 1990. as at that conference in san francisco and i can tell you that we have, long way, not only because we don't have a band and the
of the national aids program in lieu of germany. he was trained largely in germany but the u.s. also claims him as a favorite son because it was part of his training at the centers for disease control and prevention. we will now listen to him present on what does it take to turn the tide. [applause] >> thank you. dear friends, many of you like many of you, i have been in the fight against aids for long time. we have seen years of despair which turned around to become an amazing progress and hope. thanks to a civil society activism, to the point that we turned around the pandemic. infections are dropping in many countries. millions getting affordable treatment and the most affected countries the number of people who die of aids has come down significantly. the science of hiv has made tremendous progress. so much that it has instigated a new old vision. we now there to think about gold -- discrimination and -- we have a long way to go. we need to invest in what we know works and as i will show you it is possible. as much change as we have seen today the world outside aids has been changing more d
general keith alexander. general alexander happened to have been my student at the national war college. what he said was, we are extremely vulnerable to any form of terrorism by virtue of sad remains. when you do the same sad remains yourself, you can understand how -- people in glass house should not throw stones. that's what just happened here. and when you look at that, it should bring the committee up short because you know what, you get the responsibility of looking at the espionage act and thinking, can we do any better with this. i've got great respect for what this congress can do in terms of investigation. i've been here as a congressional fellow myself, mr. smith, i did -- back in texas, i was in these halls for two occasions. one was goldwater/nichols. another was for the act in 1994. both were landmark legislation, both accompanied by a great degree of rigor, intellectual, every other way, analytical, to make sure the laws are being looked at, being analyzed correctly. with goldwater/nichols, the defense organization was the oldest game in the town save one other. it was lo
not done enough to kickstart the economy. >> and from a national standpoint the jobs report was disappointing and many of these where that's important for the candidates the economy isn't doing that badly. virginia being one of them. >> that's been another interesting feature of the race. the national number has not been as good as the president would like to see. in some of the key battleground states however the unemployment rate has been much better than the national average so that could make a difference if people in those states feel like they're doing ok, they have jobs their families have jobs and friends that could make more of a dimbs to them than the national numbers. so it will be interesting to see if that trend line holds. >> mitt romney did have his family vacation. the olympics of some sort this past week. but it didn't stop the candidates from going back and forth still. >> a lot of sparring and we saw the obama campaign, the obama team coming after mitt romney very hard today attacking his record saying he has
in the program.falling.e it's been sh problems in europe national bureau of statistics o below 7%. some analysts say the eurozone about the economy.nese government will continue to focus on steady growth, strengthening and adjusting the economic growth.id growth. the level is down from last gov expecting a somewhat slower pace europe could further hurt the chinese economy. the eurozone crisis could further dampen demand fo some economists expect chinese au of southeast asian nations was supposed to join to patchari root of thnster: for the firsttalks. at a media conference on friday, e bilateral conflicts of some asean countries with is what we accept. >> reporter: communique to make reference to a recent two-month standoff between its nment is the largest provider of aid tohe he steered this week's meeting . he held talks on chi 2015. to achieve that goal, to resolvh >> translator: we should build asean with oneasean and the vie asean rather than focussing on interests. >> m can exert influence only when its ten member nations cracks fastest growing economic a qua worried. larg hit about 6% for
disputes, despite the turmoil, the world's newest nation celebrates its first year of independence. >> george: and cholera crisis in haiti, the shocking details of how it came to the country and the efforts to help the victims. >> george: and welcome to this week's edition of christian world news, everyone. i'm george thomas. >> wendy: and i'm wendy griffith. the radical islamist group boko haram is claiming responsibility for recent attacks against christian villages in nigeria. hundreds of assailants armed with machetes stormed a dozens villages. more than 100 people died in those attacks. in a statement, boko haram says christians will not know peace again if they do not accept islam. and it expressed what it calls delight over the success of the attacks. >> at a moment, people are on the run. most of the houses are burned. and people are running to safety. but in the larger scale, all over the country people are confused. because people expect government to do what they are supposed to do. >> wendy: nigerian christian leaders are calling on the u.s. to officially declare boko h
of the income ladder to pay a little bit more for national definance and reducing our deficit. that is the underlying issue here. i now yield two minutes to the gentlelady from oregon, a member of the budget committee, ms. bonamici. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady from oregon is recognized for two minutes. ms. bonamici: thank you, congressman van hollen, for yielding. i rise in support of the sequestration transparency act. we have all heard concerns back home about partisan gridlock in our nation's capital. our constituents continue to ask us, is there any way to overcome this gridlock to solve the problems facing our country? they ask us if it's getting better? if congress can do something? can we get things done? with the end of the year approaching and our country inching ever closer to the so-called fiscal cliff, the questions from our constituents take on a new urgency. they want to know what's going to happen if the budget sequestration is allowed to go into effect. and they want to know if congress can function well enough to avoid the doomsday scenarios that m
for the morgan university choir and the u.s. navy band and our national anthem. o say, can you see by the dawn's early light ♪ ♪ what so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming? ♪ ♪ whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight ♪ ♪ o'er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming? ♪ ♪ and the rockets' red glare the bombs bursting in air ♪ ♪ gave proof through the night that our flag was still there ♪ ♪ oh, say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave ♪ ♪ o'er the land of the free ♪ ♪ and the home of the brave ♪ >>> now, ladies and gentlemen the president of the united states. >> it's my great pleasure to join you in commemorating the 200th anniversary of the war of 1812. this is an important anniversary for the united states, the united kingdom and canada. i want to thank all of you, especially my friends governor o'malley and mayor rawlins blake for organizing this commemoration. in many ways it helped to define our young nation and gave americans a sense of unity and independence. it made an icon of the flag we fly and gav
there is no other time in this nation's history. and i thank you for he'd are our nation's call. i do have great hope for this great country and it is reflected in a conversation i had just a few weeks ago in douglas county. when i young girl who joined us at a town meeting came up to us six years old and she said mr. gardner i'm worried about our country and i just want to know what i can do to help it. a six-year-old girl who wants to know what she can do to help our country. it is our obligation those of us in this room to make sure that we are helping her by doing the right thing this november and making the choice for the direction of this nation. a choice that is more freedom and a choice that ad here to our constitution and a choice that says we in this room know how to better manage our lives, our families and our businesses better than any government over could. [ applause ] and while it seems like there was a long time ago, there was a supreme court decision aside from the supreme court decision this week. and our next speaker knows about this. jan brewer helped lead the
background. given that background, how are different candidates framing their ideas of national security and what is the lens that they look through? i think it's a fair reading of governor romney's position to say he's looking at the concept of americans in the world as american exceptionalism. let me tell you what i mean by that by some of the governor's speeches. you can tell foreign policy isn't a predominant issue because the last speech romney gave on national security was during the south carolina -- early in the primary season. october 7th, 2011. what does romney say there? we're exceptional because we are a nation founded on precious idea that was birthed in the american revolution and propounded by our greatest statesmen in the fundamental documents. we are a people who threw off the yoke of tyranny. later in the speech he goes on to say god did not create this country to be a nation of followers. america is not destined to be one of several equally balanced global powers. america must lead in the world or someone else will. so this idea of american exceptionalism that
captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live and in hd, this is abc 7 breaking news. >> we began with weather- related breaking news. severe storms are in the region right now. >> we are on storm watch tonight as we keep a close eye on the possibility of heavy storms into this evening. >> i want to give you a quick update. just issued by the national weather service, severe thunderstorm warning until 6:45 for fredericksburg. take a look at what is going on outside right now. things are going to start to heat up as we move to the next couple of hours. look at the rain totals. this is a very slow moving cell over west springfield. only 5 miles per hour. it has the potential to drop up boards of an inch or 2 inches of rain in a very quick period of time. it will eventually headed towards the district. i want to show you what is going on in fredericksburg. that is in effect until 6:45. we will zoom in just a little bit closer. this will take us eventually into southern maryland. i will take a look at the forecast in much more detail. we will continue to tra
approach sunset. the temperature rest drop of 95 down to 85 at reagan national. the thundershowers will end throughout the evening. overnight, it will be muggy and tomorrow it may be close to 100 degrees. >> one of the best known councilman speaks out for the first time about the campaign scandal surrounding the d.c. mayor. in a statement, graham says he believes it gray should provide a formal statement on the campaign issues in an appropriate setting with opportunity for questions. three people have pleaded guilty. >> we are learning more on the showdown over gambling in maryland. it appears they are one step closer to a special legislative session that would permit voters to decide about the casino at national harbour and table games statewide. brad bell is live at a national harbor with the latest of a high-level meeting on this issue. >> what happened today was governor martin o'malley brought in the leaders of maryland's three largest jurisdictions. all of them said they want to build a casino here on this plateau above national harbor. it looks like they are presenting a united front
>> on this program, we will speak with anne harrington of the national nuclear security administration, and laura holgate of the national security council about the recent nuclear security summit in seoul, korea, and the ways in which the world manages safety and security of nuclear weapons and materials. >> laura, thank you for joining us. >> great to be with you. >> we are trying to let folks know what happened at this big nuclear security summit that was just in seoul, korea. how do you assess what happened there? >> i thought it was a really great moment of coming together of 58 global leaders looking at the various issues of nuclear security. this was a concept invented by president obama in his speech in product in 2009. the first was held in the u.s. in 2010. two years later, we have gathered even more leaders together to focus on the seriousness of the risk of terrorism, the vulnerability of nuclear material are on the world, the international cooperation it will take to secure that material and prevent it from coming into that hands of terrorists. >> so it is ma
, to preserve what you won. four years ago, i stood before you at a time of great challenge for our nation. we were engaged in two wars. al qaeda was entrenched in their safe havens in pakistan. many of our alliances were frayed. our standing in the world had suffered. we were in the worst recession of our lifetimes. around the world, some questioned whether the united states still had the capacity to lead. so, four years ago, i made you a promise. i pledged to take the fight to our enemies, and renew our leadership in the world. as president, that's what i've done. and as you reflect on recent years, as we look ahead to the challenges we face as a nation and the leadership that's required, you don't just have my words, you have my deeds. you have my track record. you have the promises i've made and the promises that i've kept. i pledged to end the war in iraq honorably, and that's what we've done. after i took office, we removed nearly 150,000 u.s. troops from iraq. and some said that bringing our troops home last year was a mistake. they would have kept tens of thousands of our forces in ira
obama addresses the nation, not as commander and chief but as our counselor. police say james holmes stated buying weapons at denver area stores nearly two months before friday's shooting and received at least 50 packages in four months at his home and school. officials say he's not cooperating and it could be months before they learn the motive behind the shooting rampage that left 12 people dead and dozens injured. meanwhile president obama met with victims' families at university of colorado hospital tonight. >> will the issue of gun control make its way to congress and the presidential campaigns? the mass shooting in colorado and the appropriate national response were front and center on the sunday talk shows. fox 5's melanie alnwick has a roundup. >> reporter: for many the mass murder in aurora, colorado, brought back the pain and anguish felt during 9/11. >> i think it's a terrorist that wanted to take a wasn't just from the people that are here but from the country our ability to enjoy life to, go to the movie theater which for most of us is a refuge. >> reporter: colorado g
our nation so needed something to be proud of. in this exhibit, we follow "constitution" through her first 200 years of service, from 1797 to 1997. in 1997 when she celebrated her 200th birthday, she sailed for the first time in 116 years. we have a wonderful image of "constitution" under sail here. it was off the coast of massachusetts and off the coast of marblehead and you can see the same way when she sailed into battle against "guerrier" a simple sail configuration. you can see the old and new navy here with the blue angels flying overhead. so they mark "constitution's" birthday in 1997. aboard constitution the captain was michael beck, but the first lieutenant, our executive officer was claire bloom, the first female officer onboard constitution. so she would wear an 1812-style uniform which we have in our case here and because it was the modern navy, while she would have a lieutenant epaulet on the left shoulder but she would also have a navy purse. they said claire, we really need that once you leave "constitution." it's fun to tell the current story of "constitution" as well
tomorrow. the national education association's annual meeting in washington, d.c. with a speech from vice president biden and an introduction from his wife, jill biden. the president of the nea, the nation's largest teachers union called on members to re-elect president obama. you can watch remarks live tomorrow at :0010 a.m. here on c-span3. >>> coming up tonight, defense secretary leon panetta discussing a new national security strategy that emphasizes working together with other nations. >> we continue to see the destabilizing behavior of nations like iran and north korea, the rise of new powers across asia and the dramatic changes that we've seen unfold across the middle east and north africa. these challenges coupled with the new fiscal reality led us to reshape our priorities with a new defense strategy for the 21st century. it is a strategy that places a greater emphasis on building the capabilities of others the help meet the security challenges of the future, and to sustain a peaceful and cooperative international order. >> you can see the secretary's full remarks from
for the national organization of women, please stand up. >> if you feel youthful and this is your first national n.o.w. conference, please stand up. if you don't care what the hell your age is and you're fired up and ready to go, please stand up. you know, in 2006 i was actually in the n.o.w. national center when betty fredan died. it was a young feminist task force meeting at the time that we were having it, and i remember holding a moment of silence, and that round of applause just felt like a wonderful moment of breaking the silence, so thank you so very much. 15-minute break. y'all. >> i just want to remind everybody there's a woman of color caucus meeting tonight at 5:15 p.m. bring your dinner with you. >>> with congress on break this week, we're featuring american history tv's weekend programs in primetime on c-span 3. tonight we look at the legacy of watergate on the 40th anniversary of the break-in. starting at 8:00 p.m. eastern tour the nixon presidential library's watergate exhibit with former director timothy nestle. at 9:00, max holland's book "leak" examining why fbi official mark fel
to for the mchenry national monument and historic shrine in baltimore for a ceremony commemorating the start of the war of 1812. the united states declared war on great britain on june 18, 1812, and hostilities continued into the treaty of gent was ral ratified in 1815. it brings together representatives of the united states, great britain and canada who also celebrate the 200 years of peace that followed the war. this event is ban hour. p . >>> well, good morning, ladies and gentlemen. i'm bob schieffer, and i'll be your moderator today for the special ceremony to mark the beginning of the war of 1812 bicentennial, from enemies to allies, 200 years of peace. if i could add a personal note, i was here in this very place at the buy centennial celebration in 1976, and it was a wonderful night. i was a white house correspondent in those days, and president ford had come up for the occasion. it was the big flag up and the spotlights were on it and they -- you know, the fireworks were going off in the background, and everybody was having a good time. i looked off, and in the crowd i saw a man hol
in the nation and i love our parks system. i'm a naturalist and a local san franciscan. i have lived here half my life. i have never received a dime of money from nancy pelosi and i respect everyone in the audience to pass. -- who has. i would like to see it so that you did not have to buy into a fascist system to do so. i was personally targeted for not doing so. i would love to see the name of middle drive it changed to the name along the same theme of the other drives in the park, including martin luther king and john f. kennedy. also someone who more closely represents san francisco and its core values. however, i feel nancy pelosi no longer represents her constituency and now represents the so-called values of a federal p.r. campaign. i also feel ed lee, his ceremony and the new sign were an end run to many park lovers, including myself. i would be happy to hear names of assassinated persons representing san francisco and the values of san francisco locals, including harvey milk, also a noted rights activist. yesterday -- i did not see this but i know people who had, they killed a man whi
sits in on a lecture with one of the is nation's college profess professors. you can watch the classes here every saturday at 8:00 p.m. and midnight eastern and sundays at 1:00 p.m. this week, david keene, president of the national rifle association, talks about the you the modern conservative political philosophy of william buckley junior. mr. buckley was the founder of the national review magazine. david keene was a guest lecturerer at the citadel military college in a course called the conservative intellectual tradition in america taught by professor mallory factor. this is just over an hour and a half. >> thank you very much. let me begin by thanking mallory and indeed, the citadel for this opportunity to talk to you about my old friend and mentor, bill buckley. you should know that the opportunity to attend a course like this is almost unique in american higher education. i'd like to just begin by reading a reference to this sort of thing from the chronicle review, the chronicle of higher education written not too many years ago by a columbia professor. he says the unfortunate fa
to get to this morning. first, the heat. >> let's go to tucker barnes at national park. it is bright, hot. heat advisory goes into effect at 12 noon. 81 in annapolis. can you see 80s breaking across the area. sat rad, i mentioned a few sprinkles early. storms, just like the last couple of days could be strong later this afternoon and during the early evening hours. here is what we are hoping, to get the thunderstorms here in time for the fireworks celebration tonight. let's go to the july 4th forecast. it will be warm and humid with temperature in the eighties at about 9:00 tonight. lots and lots of water today. the heat advisory continues. it will not be the 4th of july if you were not joined by the presidents. >> i have the very special privilege here to have a couple of presidents here around me. not all of them but a couple of them. why are you here? they want to encourage everybody to vote for our favorite, hometown favorite bryce harper. go to nationals.com. they kept the voting booth hope until tomorrow afternoon at4:00. you can vote as many times as you want. the presidents want
that the nation faced during reconstruction as it grappled with a major shift in the political, economical, social, and demographical structure that had formally defined african-americans as little more than beasts of burdens. the exhibitions will tell many stories, stories of how formally enslaved african-americans transitioned to freedom, and stories of how a significant number of african-americans such as robert smalls assumed important leadership roles as they created an infrastructure for supporting the family, community, church, educational institutions, businesses, and civic and social organizations. while the furniture will represent the life that he created for himself and his family in post slavery buford, south carolina, he will also be featured in a media production, which tells a larger story of the early period of reconstruction and the important role that he played in shaping and influencing the politics in south carolina and the nation. there are plans to also include him in the second exhibition called defending freedom, defining freedom. era of segregation, 1876 to 1968. and ther
active this evening. -- start getting more active this evening. national weather service is saying they aren't going to issue a severe thunderstorm watch just yet. they're a little gun shy to pull the trigger, but they are talking about it. doppler showing quite scattered storms. we are under a risk for severe weather, though, for today. the main threat is damaging wind gusts and hail. all the areas in yellow under that risk for severe weather today. the heat is still on. that's the other big weather stole. 9 clock is our heat advisory until -- until 9:00 is our heat advisory. 101 downtown, 112 leesburg, culpeper 103. annapolis feels like 101 degrees when you factor in humidity. everybody will be out for a barbecue and fireworks tonight. not the best news. temperatures still warm, in the lower 90s this evening with scattered thunderstorms, some of those heavy or severe. so please have a backup plan if you're going out to see fireworks this evening. keep your eyes to the sky. we'll keep you posted through tonight. >>> they're all across the country, people heading out to 4th of july
parliament in the national assembly, and formerly the premier of the western cape province in south africa. thank you so much for joining pleasure be on the legendary show like this. >> freedom day just celebrated for south africa. tell us a bit about it. >> freedom day comes as a hard one for the overwhelming majority who, by definition, are the black party. it comes as the result of a long hard stratifies and struggles. it comes after long years of imprisonment for nelson mandela. it comes for -- comes after 50 years of exile for many south africans. and it comes after years of arkansas association, of national unity, and forgiveness. -- years of segregation, working for national unity and forgiveness. >> turn the clock back a little bit for us and tell us a little bit about growing up in south africa in the 1960's and 1970's. >> my recollections are far more in the 1970's. but i can into south africa in the 1970's were my parents had been absolutely distant. is the ticket in which nelson mandela would go to jail. -- is the decade in which nelson mandela would go to jail. when many would
by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> a spectacular sight in the skies over washington. the fourth of july was celebrated in incredible style once again, as thousands privy to go to the national mall and taken the fireworks show. tonight, once again we are on the storm watch. nasty weather is on our radar and should be on yours as well. after a day that officially hit 99 degrees, we are watching skies for storms, some of them severe. but do not think that the hot weather is going away. we have an early check on the evening forecast. >> leon, we are looking at a few thunderstorms outside. the good news is that the warnings have been canceled. take a look at the radar from the belfort furniture weather center. you can see storms are traveling toward the south and east are beginning -- and are beginning to weaken as they move through prince william county. nothing like they were just 30 minutes to 45 minutes ago. temperatures are still hot. it is still uncomfortable outside. 89 degrees at reagan national airport. but where the rain was, take a look a refreshing 72 in winch
at the national press club just getting underway. our discussion with cleveland clinic's president and ceo, dr. delos cosgrove. live coverage now on c-span2. >> comprised of the cleveland clinic, eight committee hospitals, 18 famine and ambulatory surgery centers, a hospital in florida, a center for brain, health and the fatah, a wells and executive health center in toronto, and the hospital currently under construction in abu dhabi. his leadership has emphasized patient care and patient experience. including the reorganization of clinical service into patient-centered organ indices based institutes. he has launched a major wellness initiatives for patients, employees, and communities. under his leadership, the cleveland clinic has consistently been named among america's 99 most ethical companies by the institute. dr. cosgrove is a graduate of the university of virginia school of medicine and complete clinical training at massachusetts general hospital, boston's general children hospital, and brook general hospital in london. he was a surgeon in the u.s. air force and served in vietnam as the
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